Renderings have been revealed for an updated development proposal at 1150 W Lake Street in West Loop. Flanking W Lake Street, the project scope includes two properties. The southern property is L-shaped, bound by W Lake Street, N May Street, W Randolph Street, and N Racine Avenue, with two buildings at the corner of W Randolph Street and N Racine Avenue not included in this parcel. The northern lot is bound by W Lake Street, N May Street, N Racine Avenue, and a public alley. Formerly the site of Amylu Foods, the new construction will demolish existing buildings on the southern portion and replace the vacant lot within the northern portion. LG Development Group is the developer behind the proposal.
Permits were issued earlier this week for a new four-story residential building at 1367 W Hubbard Street near the southern edge of West Town. Filed under the name Variable Properties LLC – 1365 Series, the planned development will comprise three apartments, a basement, a rooftop deck, and a detached three-car garage. The structure is set to replace a two-story frame and masonry residential building.
Demolition permits have been issued for three masonry buildings located at 3415-25 N Ashland Avenue in Lake View. Developed by Contemporary Concepts in partnership with Wildwood Investments, the replacing project will be a four-story residential building, with a total of 53 units ranging from studios to two-bedrooms. Five of these units will be affordable housing under the city’s Affordable Requirements Ordinance.
Structural work has reached the third floor of 1039-41 W Belmont Avenue, a four-story mixed-use building currently underway in Lake View. Cumin Restaurant is the occupying owner, filed under the name Kathmandu Properties in the original construction permit. The new structure will replace a former two-story masonry building that received demolition permits in May 2019.
Renovation permits have been issued for a three-story residential building at 2215 W Chicago Avenue in West Town. MVRS Properties is the filing owner, whose plans include a rehab of the existing 12-unit structure, the reconstruction of the rear porch, and the construction of a six-car concrete parking pad.